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LCD Soundsystem have unleashed their new video for “Tonite,” the latest cut off the reunited dance-rock act’s new LP American Dream. The video, seemingly filmed with Eighties video...

Van Morrison issued a soulful new single, “Transformation,” from his upcoming 37th studio album, Roll With the Punches. “Gonna be a transformation down in your soul,” the vocalist...

Alice Cooper’s 27th LP is produced by Bob Ezrin, who helmed the shock rocker’s best Seventies work, and features cameos by members of U2 and ZZ Top, as well as Cooper’s original band....

Cage the Elephant are Sixties-loving garage rockers who understand digital-age studio splendor. So maybe it’s no surprise that this career-spanning live album seems more about sonic detail than...

Pink unveiled the stirring new video for “What About Us,” the first single off her new album, Beautiful Trauma. Beginning in the stunned aftermath of the 2016 election, the video...

Elvis Presley’s sidemen and collaborators reflect on the ’68 comeback television special that revitalized his career. Gary Null/Getty “Elvis was hardly ever nervous – but he was...

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will headline the reopening concert at Manchester Arena on September 9th, nearly four months after a suicide bombing during an Ariana Grande show at the venue killed...

There’s a case to be made that there’s no such thing as Peak Madonna. Over the past three decades, the Queen of Pop has ascended so many summits, pulled off so many comebacks and, yes, reinvented...

The families of the 22 people killed in the May attack outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England will receive $324,000 each from the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, Billboard reports. ...

Elvis Presley‘s August 16th, 1977, death still has reverberations that span generations and nationalities. Every year, impersonators gather to celebrate The King and reminisce about his far-reaching...

Green Day unveiled a stark and fraught new video for “Troubled Times” off their last album, Revolution Radio. The clip opens with singer Billie Joe Armstrong wearing headphones and singing...

In 2014, the DJ and producer Dave Audé – a Grammy winner whose remixes of pop hits have been club staples for more than a decade – caught a festival set by the young Norwegian producer...

The War on Drugs unveiled another sprawling new song, “Up All Night,” from their forthcoming LP, A Deeper Understanding, out August 25th.  The Philadelphia outfit’s latest...

Converge unveiled an intense new rock song, “Under Duress,” on Tuesday. It’s the first single from the Boston group’s upcoming album, The Dusk in Us, out November 3rd.  Kurt...

The former Colorado radio DJ who lost his lawsuit against Taylor Swift over charges that he groped the singer at a meet-and-greet defended himself on Good Morning America Tuesday just days after...

John Mayer didn’t name names when he mentioned the one song off his new album that makes him particularly emotional – to the point of not being able to perform it live – in a recent...

The latest episode of the Rolling Stone Music Now podcast is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or check it out below. Related Lizzy Goodman, author of new oral...

After cancelling a scheduled performance at Outside Lands Festival last weekend, A Tribe Called Quest published a contrite letter in The Los Angeles Times apologizing for their no-show. The hip-hop group...

Last month, Spotify reported that it has 60 million subscribers – a 100 percent jump from last year (its closest competitor, Apple Music, has 27 million). Streaming revenue has jumped from $1.8 billion...

Last month, Spotify reported that it has 60 million subscribers – a 100 percent jump from last year (its closest competitor, Apple Music, has 27 million). Streaming revenue has jumped from $1.8 billion...

Stevie Nicks‘ 1981 debut solo LP Bella Donna was her first chance to shine outside of Fleetwood Mac, but that doesn’t mean she did it alone.  To make up for the absence of her bandmates...

Wilco have released a new song titled “All Lives, You Say?” Monday night to help raise money for the Southern Poverty Law Center. All Lives, You Say? by Wilco Fans can download the track for...

The jury in the Taylor Swift groping trial ruled in favor of the singer and her mother Monday, rejecting a radio DJ’s claims that they unjustly had him fired from his job after allegedly groping...

Tyler, the Creator recruited Lana Del Rey, Kid Cudi, Solange, A$AP Rocky, 2 Chainz, Vince Staples and Willow & Jaden Smith for his sixth annual festival-carnival Camp Flog Gnaw, set for October 28th...

On Monday, a Denver jury heard closing remarks from both sides in the trial between Taylor Swift and a former Denver radio show host, Robert Mueller. The pop star accused Mueller of sexual assault by grabbing...

Gregg Allman‘s family, associates and musical collaborators will honor the late Allman Brothers Band singer with a trio of live celebrations timed around the September 8th release of his final live...

At the Drive-In mine technology-driven paranoia and dread in their new “Call Broken Arrow” video. Director Rob Shaw weaves stop-motion animation throughout the clip – a prequel to his...

Lorde and Bleachers‘ Jack Antonoff performed a charming, stripped-back version of Paul Simon‘s 1972 hit “Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard” Sunday at San Francisco’s Outside...

The 10th anniversary edition of the Outside Lands music festival unfurled on a classically breezy San Francisco weekend where the damp fog never seemed to let up. There were other storms brewing, too:...

Last night’s Teen Choice Awards featured a jungle-themed performance of the new single “Unforgettable” by French Montana and Rae Sremmurd‘s Swae Lee. Lee was later joined by his...

Evanescence will reimagine some of their best-known songs with a full orchestra on the band’s upcoming new album Synthesis, due out this fall. The album is Evanescence’s first since their 2011...

This Rhode Island hardcore band’s 2015 LP, Full Communism, was refreshing both in its white-knuckled attack and its far-left specificity (see “100% Inheritance Tax”). Produced by Fugazi’s...

Flea has strong words for politicians looking to cut music-education programs from public schools: “It’s child abuse,” he says. “It’s just wrong.” The Red Hot Chili...

The 10th anniversary edition of the Outside Lands music festival unfurled on a classically breezy San Francisco weekend where the damp fog never seemed to let up. There were other storms brewing, too:...

The 10th anniversary edition of the Outside Lands music festival unfurled on a classically breezy San Francisco weekend where the damp fog never seemed to let up. There were other storms brewing, too:...

Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign‘s decadent pool party turns into a potential crime scene in the duo’s “Something New” video. Demi Lovato, Jamie Foxx, Jason Derulo, O.T. Genasis, Juicy...

Ignore the think pieces. Mass mourning over celebrity deaths is not just a current-generation phenomenon – the Internet and social media only accelerate and amplify how fans process profound, visceral...

Thirty years ago, on August 14th, 1987, pioneering hip-hop heavyweights the Fat Boys cemented their status as one of rap’s premier pop culture ambassadors with the simultaneous release of their platinum-selling...

Grizzly Bear have released their colorful new video for “Mourning Sound,” a track off the group’s upcoming LP Painted Ruins. Filmed in Paris by director Beatrice Pegard, “Mourning...

Actor and bluegrass singer Steve Martin teams with a pair of fellow Saturday Night Live veterans, Bill Hader and Cecily Strong, in the Steep Canyon Rangers’ new video for “Caroline.” ...

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